Selecting a destination with ideal weather is imperative to ensuring a successful holiday. Cloudy skies and continuous days of rain? No, you will not find those conditions here! The pearl of the Adriatic sees over 250 days of sunshine each year. A catamaran charter in Dubrovnik during the summer months will allow you to enjoy average temperatures of 28°C and water temps of 25°C. Planning a visit during the “shoulder seasons” of April and October is recommended for those who want to avoid large crowds.
Copacabana Beach: With shallow water, Copacabana beach is the perfect choice for sailors traveling with young children. This pebbled beach is a hotspot during the summer time and has amenities suitable for all ages.
Mlini Beach: Located 10 kilometers away from Dubrovnik, Mlini beach is an oasis for those looking to avoid crowds. This is a sand beach! Easily get to this haven by catching one of the city buses that run every half hour to and from Mlini or navigate your boat rental towards its shore.
Sveti Jakov Beach: Walk thirty minutes from the Old Town and find yourself at the locals’ favorite beach! From the moment you lay eyes on this piece of paradise, you will understand why. To reach this beach, you must descend 160 steps. How can you avoid these steep steps? Sail your catamaran charter there and have instant access to its stunning turquoise water!
If you are an avid medieval history buff you’ve come to the right place. The pearl of the Adriatic is riddled with many historical sites and monuments dating back centuries. Wander through the streets of the Old Town and be exposed to over 1,400 years of history. Make a visit to St. John’s fortress which was built in the 16th century. During its early days, it was used to protect the entrance of the harbor however, today, it is home to the Maritime Museum and Aquarium. Lovrijenac Fort, a fortress sitting on a rock 37 meters above sea level, is another impressive landmark one must visit during their catamaran charter in Dubrovnik. Lovrijenac Fort was once used as a strong hold to defend the city from invaders coming from both land and sea. The construction of the fortress dates to as early as 1018.
A cruise along the Dalmatian coast will allow you to try some of the best local bites that the country has to offer. Located on the Adriatic Sea, sailors will find fresh fish in many establishments. Dubrovnik has many great restaurants and bars to choose from including Nautika Restaurant and Pantarul. Keep in mind that during the off season many restaurants close or have limited hours. Live like a local and try some of the following local dishes:
Peka: A signature dish of the Dalmatian coastline, Peka is a delicious mixture of vegetables and meat cooked in a hot iron dish. This tasty Croatian meal can take up to three hours to prepare.
Pašticada: After a long day at sea on a catamaran charter in Dubrovnik, one is sure to be very hungry. Fill an empty stomach with this delicious beef stew, topped with a special sauce and usually served with homemade pasta.
The pearl of the Adriatic is easily accessible and an ideal starting base to rent a boat to visit Croatia. Arrive at the international airport only 20km from the old town. A 30-minute bus or taxi ride will bring you to your catamaran charter in Dubrovnik, where your journey along the Croatian coastline will begin.
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